Facility Status at Thousand Islands National Park
Park services are now closed for the season and will reopen on May 19th 2018.
The impact of the 2017 high water crisis along the St Lawrence River continues to affect Thousand Islands National Park. Dock damage was extensive and repairs will continue throughout 2018. Thousand Islands National Park will invest over the next two years to repair and reopen damaged docks. We will start the 2018 season with 46 of 67 (68%) docks open to the public.
We encourage visitors to plan their visit in advance and review updates and status of docks and facilities. Below you find a list of islands with impacted docks. Be sure to check this site regularly for updates.
Indicates a closed dock.
Updated as of Feb.14th, 2018
Closed: Floater Dock, end segment blocked off (Adelaide Island)
Closed: Fixed Dock South Bay (Aubrey Island)
Closed: East Bay Floater Dock (Camelot Island)
Closed: East Bay Fixed Dock (Camelot Island)
Closed: T Shape Floater Dock (Cedar Island)
Closed: Fixed Dock (Endymion Island South West)
Closed: oTENTik Dock Gordon Island
Grenadier Island Central
Closed: Floater Dock (Grenadier Centre Island West)
Grenadier Island East
Closed: Fixed Dock (Grenadier Island East)
Grenadier Island North
Closed: Floater Dock (Grenadier Island North)
Grenadier Island West
Closed: North Floater Dock (Grendadier West Island)
Georgina and Constance Islands
Closed: Fixed Dock (Georgina Island Centre)
Closed: Fixed-Floater Dock (Georgina Island North East)
Closed: Docks (Batterman Point)
Closed: Fixed Dock (Batterman Point)
Closed: Fixed Dock (McDonald Island West)
Closed: 1 Finger Dock (Mermaid Island)
Closed: Floater Docks (Milton Island North)
Closed: Fixed Dock (Mulcaster Island East)
Closed: Floater Dock South West (Stovin Island)
Closed: Fixed Dock South West (Stovin Island)
For more information, please contact Thousand Islands National Park at 613-923-5261, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.